Samsung is currently one of the most trusted electronic manufacturing company. The South Korean company keeps innovating with its wide range of devices from refrigerators to mobiles and never fails to amaze its customers. Samsung, known for top-notch mobile devices, is now developing successor of Galaxy Book 2, the Galaxy Book S.
Samsung Galaxy Book S
A recent Geekbench listing and Bluetooth certification confirm the model number as SM-W767. It also confirms that the device supports Bluetooth v5.0 and an upgraded RAM from 4 GB to 8GB.
The Geekbench listing also revealed that the Samsung device was running on Windows 10 with an octa-core CPU. The 2.84GHz clock, the single-core score of 2011, and a multi-core score of 6047 suggest it was running on Snapdragon 855.
Galaxy Book S is said to be a 2-in-1 PC, and if it runs with Snapdragon 855 and supports Bluetooth v5.0 the, it can have a good battery life.
However, it is still in the testing phase, and the features are not final.
According to a report on Beebom, Samsung may launch the device either alongside the Galaxy Note 10 in New York next month or at the IFA tech show in Berlin in September. However, an official confirmation regarding the same is not available yet.
Samsung Also Working On Galaxy Note 10
Samsung is also working on the Galaxy Note 10 phone, which may support 5G technology. According to early reports, the vanilla variant would sport a 6.3-inch AMOLED panel with conventional 60Hz refresh rate.
The phones run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. Note 10 may have battery support of 3600 mAh, and the Plus variant may have 4300 mAh battery. In India, Flipkart has started teasing its launch, and a dedicated website for Note 10 has been launched on the internet.
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